India is variously described as a knowledge-based economy in the making, thanks essentially due to her high economic growth and the role played by knowledge-intensive sectors such as information technology in spurring and maintaining this growth performance. This paper looks at the empirical evidence on whether this is indeed the case since the reform process began in 1991.

This SEI Working Paper explores social learning about climate adaptation in relation to the architecture of climate governance. It compares the potential for social learning at the international level with a local perspective based on preliminary results from a case study of climate adaptation in the Stockholm region, Sweden.

Management courses are changing; they are becoming shorter, crisper and much more focused. As several sectors in India flourish, from retail and fashion to finance and risk management, the need for creating a competent manpower with domain knowledge is becoming imperative.

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Lok Sabha Elections 2009-

Manifesto of the Indian National Congress

BJP replicates Knowledge Commission in Karnataka

Green collar jobs involve different management and operational functions in environment-friendly products and services. So, green collar jobs, by definition, include blue- and white-collar jobs. Specifically, they include the design, manufacture, financing, installation, operation and maintenance of green technology and services.

Last fortnight, the National Knowledge Commission (nkc) in association with the Centre for Science and Environment (cse), launched a one-stop shop for all that is green and concerns environment and development issues.

National Knowledge Commission chief Sam Pitroda pointed out last week that we have 370 universities when we need 1,500. But Arjun Singh is more focused on implementing quotas

Historically, if we wanted to understand what someone's income level was, all we had to do was ask what country they were from. In the future, this will no longer be true. Instead, we'll ask what level of education they have achieved. This is because information and communications technology is opening up enormous opportunities for many more people to participate in the global economy, no matter where they may live.